Technology | October 08, 2008

Sorna Expedites DICOM CD/DVD Publishing with New eXpedo 21t

Sorna Corp.'s eXpedo 21t is a DICOM CD/DVD publishing system representing the highest performance model in Sorna’s extensive product line.

The newest model combines eXpedo’s intelligent workflow operating software designed to streamline DICOM and patient DISC production with new state-of-technology robotics hardware that integrates an embedded server for the acquisition of images as well as the CD/DVD burner and a direct-to-DISC thermal labeler.

The new robotics hardware is designed for high volume, heavy duty, hassle-free round-the-clock performance. It produces waterproof, scratchproof, photorealistic custom labels that are permanently printed and bonded directly to the surface of the CD or DVD it is creating.

Reviewer CD provides a uniform viewing experience of externally created CDs and DVDs, and runs on both Vista and Windows operating systems. The latest release of Reviewer, a low-cost DICOM software program designed to acquire, view, store and merge both internally generated and imported DICOM images for new CD/DVD production will be featured.

MyBabyCD, software is specifically designed to create non-DICOM CDs for patients receiving prenatal ultrasound examinations, and software designed for patients receiving CDs of their mammograms, will also be demonstrated.

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